Lakeshore Hotel & Apartments

Address: Road # 41, House # 46, Gulsha-2, Dhaka City, Dhaka, 1212 , Bangladesh | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road # 41, House # 46, Gulsha-2, Dhaka City, is near Ala-Archa Gorge, Lake Issy-Kul, National Historical Museum, and Osh Bazaar.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Lakeshore Hotel & Apartments Dhaka City

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    The hotel

    A travel blog entry by nahury1 on May 10, 2015

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    We were originally supposed to be at the Westin, but change of plans. It was OK.

    Great hospitality and exotic experiences

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... were used to it during the British reign and it's still what they are accustomed too. Here, you can also find the 'world famous' 7-layered tea (€0.7), which is fundamentally what is says on the packet: a glass cup with 7 layers of differently coloured sweet tea :) Walking through the lush rainforest was really enjoyable and as the only white person for hundreds of miles (roughly) I also had the honour of being asked to pose with a couple ...


    A travel blog entry by tashfinch on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... the fact that I hadn't been placed in Kaligram originally because it was the furthest away from medical resources. He said he will discuss it with the necessary people and get back to us. Anyway, I rejoined the training where we were going over the projects that would be carried out in our individual location teams, then we finished at 5.15. We were then told that at 5.30 we would be going into Savar to go to the market and I think it's fair to say that everyone was a little bit ...


    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on Feb 12, 2014

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    ... in town he backed into a brand spanking new motorized rickshaw, smashing the front headlight. A crowd of people and some "fix-it" money later, and we were on our way again. We said our good-byes, paid Titu for the park fee and a tip, and left for our different hotel with the driver (Kris' was fully booked). The driver then escorted us to dinner, insisted on sitting at a separate table, waited for us to finish, and walked us back to our hotel across the ...


    A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... us. At either end of the ghat small little wooden boats with men who stood at one end and rowed, shuttled people across the river to the other side. It seemed to work so efficently.

    A walk down the narrow muddy pathways of Hindu St followed, stopping for a chai on the way. Largbarh fort, apaprently the only place to buy postcards, was shut when we arrived on our cycle
    rickshaw. We paid him double considering what he had to ...